Plus: Don’t let the serialisation put you off Alan Duncan’s diaries – it’s the insights into being a Foreign Office minister that really shine.
If he cannot or will not convince them that its guarantees of their British status are real and meaningful, its days are numbered.
And if Germany’s Greens are in government after the federal election, they will be inclined to help him.
There is a vocal minority of people who dominate discussions in the media, and seem determined to import the racially-charged culture we see in the US.
Britons can be very proud that he quickly answered the calls of the Kurds at the moment of their righteous rebellion and intense suffering.
The choice facing voters on May 6 is simple: do we accelerate the progress of the last four years, or do we go back to the old failing approach?
The UK and governments across the west have started to act. But we’re still just starting to figure out how to respond.
In Britain, we don’t ‘do God’ too much. Should we go to church, most are not C of E, but C and E – Christmas and Easter.
I tried to get Badenoch on my show, but it was a straight “no” from Number 10 (as usual).
It might allow Sturgeon to focus on the progressive, europhile case for independence whilst Salmond rallies leavers and cultural conservatives.
A traffic light coalition? A Jamaica coalition? Who knows? What’s certain is that the CDU/CSU is struggling amidst a fragmenting landscape.
An alien visitor, judging only from the texture of daily life, would assume that Britain in early 2021 was a far more repressive state than Russia or China.
To make ‘global Britain’ work, ministers will need to do more to defend British companies against politically-motivated attacks.
Overall, I still think that their re-use in the UK after the summer lull is evidence of the failure of the Government to think on the right margins.
The sad truth is that many local Labour councils and local bureaucracies don’t want it: they’re scared of it.